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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Out-Of-Business Sale owski is going- out, setting out to and tlie ei Tours, theittae to save Dollars. A -fv: spoilt here saved. Pocket the profits buy at We Mve tlie goods at prices you ti'itey, iD prices when you can buy at Cost par All Wool TJndenrear, per o-ar- ment .v.: 7 Fleece lined per gart. 49c "All McCready Shoes, ..the test ever. We are; closing iMis line out. at Invoice Pribfe Stetson Hats Why and Eegal Dress "Shirts. f 1-50, now r, Regular _ -95Q Peahody's Overalls Cl Ifi. IB pay 11.40. T Sheep-lined Buck and Cord Coats at prices that yon Bonder. s h Look what we ail doing! Giving41 goods away With every Suit pur- chased here we give youajiewHat, and its Free! Free! Frie! from over I .-everytlii% that ing-at Cost'.--.- V Faultless Work 75c to to liandliercliiefs 3 for 25c 2 Only, Grey tweed.., 'Regular l-T.ofX ytb 1 the city PLACE FOR BARGAEVS 110 ROUND STREET ECEPTION PARTIES ARE INACTIVE [The Enthusiasm of Former Years in England is Lacking can travel all er seeing a sisn in. any- general election i f 'The, Liberals are coui'idest of London ton the central or- [ganizauon.-is-- passing- round the word beware of over confidence. On. 'ho hand the Unionists claim that working class vote will be more! !.m. their favoi-than for a long time! past.. f P'arty; seem, yet to have got- ten up' the enthusiasm to f be: year ago prior to ihe {-election is now lacking. A greater -i number-or uncohtested, seats will mark ,tjje -conflict .as- compared with a year 'ago, tor gooct'judges say both sides'are reluctant to Throw'away time and "'en- ergy seats. Lon- tlie the Conser- "ivitives and their metropolitan drgan- Is determined not'to be caught napping on this- election. Much is .jpectea. from Baitour's Albert Hall demonstration, on 29. The Ub-i jerals are makiag-every-effort ro -draft I jsome. of tlieir. strongest candidates In-j jto the London .constituyencies now re- }presented by Unionists. Richardson Massey GLYN STREET MEAT MARKET 632 Olyn St. (Close to Dutl Addition, Fresh Meat Supplies Dailr. Poiiltiy Quality and you will.-Jiave.no need to Customers will" receive .every, attention and satisfaction. delivered at any address- w. f commissioner, morning that he has for the big farmers' wiuch will come to Otta- Deceniser, in the various citv to TOaaip'eg to escort Jthe western deputation here and ts-in .numoec.-oi tar December 15 and ROBLiN AT OTTAWA .rt, -r. big convention in i the Grand Opera House on Dec. 15th. Nov. council is made Jtaba Growers' of Ontario, hc is e askav- hotels, ana T55 Lmted Farmers i boundary Questions. to drop out says he was'iiotfparticularly there being "so inany in the Afield he feels, that of More about the Clearance of the Meltzer Furniture Stock Kappen often -that you can get Hgli character turniture at prices now offered at this sale. It. affords an unusual opportunity to save money. ARRANGE FOR SHELTER FOR HE CHILDREN ABE THESE YOUR CLOTHES! this you TOLERATE FILTHY .and UXSANITAR-Y practice in an- "all white" steam laundry. Think of it' Us a. chance. Letlibriclge Laundry Company Phone 451 p. Box 477 rMENftAFfl appointed at city 'council Mrs.' Brad- va t-ion Army to avenue tn the tcitr. as a Tib me for Taifa [rariti strays 'he I city -build, its bwiuYiriet -in the count il chamber last night. ;Supt. R. B. Chadwick. Of lite Pro- vincial Department of unrt Delinquent Children, Chief of Police (3-Hlespie -and Ensifn ot the Salvation Arnr.v were present n uh RUN He is Reported Ready to Attack Tariff on Wool Magnates Will _ Washington, D. sides arlrocaiin C., Xov. a half million, dollar the. latter fisting of tllc commission nex CJUDt. t -T.iun.uicu King. Supt. Chadwick: explained ;Jtat un- der the Provincial Delinquent' an-l Ne- two years, Presnient Taft may call upon congress'at. the approaching CMO.Tl 1 i i -O.L. LUU iiuuioairiunc S6S- Sleeted, Children's Act ,t com- siori to revise at least TlTI I Ortt-Ti" J. _-j T w." J V, 01 tnc Alclnch thai the pulsory for even- city to main lain a children's home and to conduct it un- denominationally. J-Ie also described duties, turcs; on and It. transpired wool manufac- that ,.v 11. nauhpiieu nere'touav Ulat at, was-being done, in other cities. I the president has-had this step'under 'Was alSO TlPCeSS.ir-V rn annninl -t, also necessat- to appoint agent'or .probation officers, not a Po- liceman, -n-orking perhaps under the chief of police to devote his time I sibilit v to looking after boys in the city. Mrs. Bradbeer offered the u: home and services of matron a month, and-light and water. M temporary home.for the helpless and destitute and delinquent children, she being responsible to and reporting to :he citv; _ That .action can be ob- tamca at this -is regarded as an extremeiv remote uos- C-f Kll board, which has been trouoie.. -A. contest 'betveen :presi- Taft and the .wool trust' to th-' superior power of which he bowed in signing the Aldrich-Paynr. bill woultl be spectacle: The'Demo- crats may also be depended upon IQ swamp the bill with countless amend- .mcnts.- Mr.. Taft admitted the formidable' cqnuui- of congress enjoyed by- the >voor trust iu the course-of his speech in defense of Representative James -V lawney ai Winona. Minn., .Taft Admitted the Defect'" .when it lie.said, "to -the ..question of reducing the dutv at this hearing in jhis-tariff r'bill 'on wool Fa-vrrf'-.in the house and Mr: Ald-i rich in-, the. senate found that in thc- Kepublicair'partyrth'c interests of thr, wool growers ot the far west'and thc interests of the woollen manufactur- ers in the east and in other states, reilceled-through their representatives- m congress, was sufficiently strong to detcat any attempt to change the woollen tariff, and that had if been v-erdiet upon several within a few, weeks. of the "schedules Of these the N ew and better standards in furniture values are daily ance sale. in :the successor progress of this clear- COLD WEATHER Warm np with one of our Wonder Heaters EXTENSION TABLE sion. royal oak. ash. -qiiarter cm in Early .'English and Golden Finish, up 510.00 DESIGN Dresser Well finished out. Uncommonly good value. Clear- ance SI 2.75 D-! e entire stock being sold by the Round Street Opposite Eureka Tho vnt d' ll ra'1' 'OIllV jthc oi some''-better men.' otner reason is that he wants to take ins wire and faniily. to Southern icahiornia for the and wS jproba-bly leave before election-day. j It is seated that .0. Hutton al- from CL own as soon as possible and pass- a mo recommending to the iquiry. Investigators for ihe tariff, board. council that the offer of Mrs. Brad- T-' beer be accepted On -the distinct un-ln T .special uirection of Alvin H- Banders, 'its Chicago member. or- demanding that it be conducted denommationallv, all charitable ganirations or religious bodies in the city having free access fo the home Aid. Bowman says that a special _.. ut t'iit thc city to-, be held next Monday nicrht to c the Herald'-could not eet hold cr the report of the" commit tee to ascertain Ifthis Is correct CAMPAIGN ARBITRATORS DISAGREE have-been gathering figures for sever- al months on the cost- of growing wool -and manufacturing its products ir> this and foreign countries. Thc in- vestigation of the domestic industry meeting of thc con'ncil will lga ,-or thc domestic Industry be held next Mondav to M 3S. complete. and it is oi 01 iV1flg is getting out a ie is _mailing to U contains nis address to the elector- ate, and also deals, with a few Of-the motions that have com-e be- he count-U in thc last two v cars and his record m connection Vith- .J. sidcrable Pierce, who ahvavs takes con .-_ ___' U in municipal elec- was a camfiuaie a or two asc, says he thinks'one ui troubles bf thc past has beea the preponderance, of real estate men on the council. R.cal estate men are a right m their way? he says, but too that .the foreign reports will I be. on hirnd within a fortnight. j la-it'tager for Experiment .Th.- president i was notified some Ag" that ihe investigation of J is the one important defect in the present Payne tariff bill and in the. p-trforniance of the promise of t-hc- platform to reduce rates 1o the differ- ence between Ih? cost of production at homeland abroad with a reason- able profit .to tire Whether the tariff ioard ha-s -found the wool tariff too high, and -if so. iiow much, is not That cloth- ing would be much cheaper if it were not for "the vrooi tariff is the charge of the progressive Republicans in coa- srcss. BLOOD POISOXIXG FROM CUT r Winnie- schedulc was nearing com-1 K" T views plction. and that it would be possible1 are hela by each of the three arbitral- for the hoard tonrtake a final report ors sitting m the street railw.-x-